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I have purposely not picked up a Cussler book, just because I thought he was a simple main stream, run of the mill, pop culture writer. Well...not so. I really enjoyed this book. Read morePublished 19 hours ago by R. B. Snoddy
Not the best Cussler and Co book I have read. Too many improbable physical recoveries and nonsense technical statements. I remain a fan.Published 22 hours ago by magoo
Sinclair is a dry read. Expounds on his socialistic ideals! Was a must read for class!!! He did, from his writings help begin clean up of the meat production industry.Published 2 days ago by William Graham
From studying American History years ago, I knew there were many dangerous practices in the preparation of meat products with little or no govt oversight. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Dan Jantsch
It's a classic. Be ready for some gritty descriptions of meat packing plants, unsanitary, unsafe, and grueling work, spoiled meat shipped to soldiers.Published 6 days ago by Yvonne Evans
Takes you from the bottom to the top of Human Experience wonderfully
Words pregnant with meaning create a delicious reality in this classic
good book, hard to read it in college when the schedule makes you read the book in 2 weeks, along with juggling 4 other classes. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Gavin